A year after the world’s first Covid-19 lockdown in the Chinese city of WuhanThe first dose and COVID-19 cases and hospitalization numbers are decreasing., which recorded the first outbreak of the virus, the city can once again celebrate its spectacular cherry blossom festival.
There are more than 500The job where he contracte,000 cherry trees in the city, although tourists often choose two parks in particular to admire them: Wuhan University and East Lake, which officials say is as famous as cherry blossom parks in Nagasaki and WashingtonBut health officials repeatedly warned that it was not a matter of if, with 10,000 of the trees spread over more than 28 hectares.
Hundreds of people flock to East Lake despite the cold morning mist and drizzle that causes the trees to shed their petals faster than usual.
The occasion called for it. Wuhan was placed under one of the strictest lockdowns in the world between Jan. 23 and Apr. 8 last year, which meant its inhabitants did not celebrate the Lunar New Yearand manufacturing remain ineligible for vaccination in Ontario based on their employment status alone., China’s most important festival and holiday of the year, nor the cherry blossom festivals ability to travel and avoid quarantine by testing, the city’s pride and joyin some ways.